Sumner boys and girls beat Washington | Spartans Track and Field

The Sumner Spartans boys and girls track teams beat the Washington Patriots Thursday. The boys won 100-44 and the girls won 120-23.

The Sumner Spartans boys and girls track teams beat the Washington Patriots Thursday.

The boys won 100-44 and the girls won 120-23.

The final track meet of the regular season is next Thursday May, 8 at 3:30 p.m. against the White River Hornets at White River.

The Sumner girls will participate in an invitational at Lake Washington Saturday at 9 a.m.

The girls are undefeated with five wins and the boys have one loss with a 5-1 record.

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